70 ADVANCED CONTROLS Shutter The Shutter setting in Protune applies only to Video and determines the amount of time that the shutter is open. When you change this setting, the touch display immediately shows you the effect on your image. The options available for this setting depend on the FPS setting, as noted below. The default setting is Auto. Settings Example 1: 1080p30 Example 2: 1080p60 Auto Auto Auto 1/FPS 1/30 sec sec 1/(2xFPS) 1/60 sec sec 1/(4xFPS) 1/120 sec sec 1/(8xFPS) 1/240 sec sec PRO TIP: To reduce the amount of blur in your video and photos when using the Shutter setting, mount your camera on a tripod or other surface that is stable and cannot move. Exposure Value Compensation (EV Comp) Exposure Value Compensation affects the brightness of your video or photo. Adjusting this setting can improve image quality when shooting in environments with contrasting lighting conditions. Options for this setting range from -2.0 to +2.0. The default setting is 0. When you change this setting, the touch display immediately shows you the effect on your image. Higher values result in brighter images. For Video, this setting is available only if Shutter is set to Auto. For information about adjusting exposure based on a certain area of your scene, see Exposure Control (page 63).